Super Simple I2C Temperature and Humidity SensorDesigned by imp.guru, Ships from United States of America
This board is featured in a blog post on the community.electricimp.com blog. Now in Stock! What is it? This is a simple, compact breakout board for the Silicon Labs Si7020 I2C Temperature and Humid...Read More…
This board is featured in a blog post on the community.electricimp.com blog.
Now in Stock!
This is a simple, compact breakout board for the Silicon Labs Si7020 I2C Temperature and Humidity Sensor. You can use this sensor to measure temperature and humidity in any of your DIY projects.
+/- 0.4 degree C accuracy for temperature
+/- 3% accuracy for relative humidity.
I try to supply mostly sensors with the protective cover. With that said, sometimes based on availability, I'm not able to procure them so some orders may not have the white protective cover. Please let me know if this becomes an issue for your application.
Unit comes assembled and a basic DMM test is performed for connectivity and shorts to ground.
This breakout board was created to be a low cost plug and play addition to the Electric Imp. It may also be plugged into a breadboard or wired to work with any other microcontroller platform such as Arduino, Teensy, etc, etc, etc...
The PCB is made in the USA by Oshpark and the boards are hand assembled and tested in the US. It is currently the only Temperature and Humidity sensor that is both plug in compatible with Electric Imp and comes with example code to read the sensor and push measurements to data.sparkfun.com. This data can then be linked to the imp.guru web app at http://imp.guru so that you can see data plotted over time and share your data on social media.
Electric Imp and April board is not included
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Charles | March 20, 2015
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